Deary, deary me. These guys have made a few viral video before, but they are back to do it again with a ridiculous music video. It’s so damn, weird, but we can’t look away!
Many iPhone users rely on Siri to safely send text messages on the road, create reminders and perform complex calculations. Others ignore her until one of those terrifying butt dial scenarios breaks the silence with an unanticipated question. Heartgrey however uses Siri for something totally different. Check it out!
The K-pop industry is not what I would call “friendly” to the photosensitive viewers out there. Music videos throw around strobe lights like they’ve got an indefinite supply – and maybe they do. Maybe they’ve got warehouses full of nothing but strobe lights. I admit the effect is startling and somewhat alluring the first time around, but it is used so constantly and so indiscriminately that I’m on the verge of a headache just watching this performance. This is ruthless stuff.
In the video clip the newlyweds, Benjamin and Aaliyah Armstrong, stand and watch their family members and friends with tears in their eyes. Benjamin shared the clip on his Facebook page and it was quickly picked up and shared around the world. In his post Mr Armstrong stated: “Maori up brothers!! heres the footage of the haka from the Hettig brothers. Thank you so much for this. Mean Maori mean.” If anyone has any reason why these two should not be wed…good luck. This was f**ken amazing, I’m covered in goosebumps.
Welcome to Kim Dotcom’s Good Life, but was it worth $24 million? I say f**k yeah it was worth it. That dollar figure is the cost Dotcom put on the making of the music video which he made public yesterday. It was released on the fourth anniversary of the FBI raid which saw Dotcom’s Megaupload website pulled down and his fortune seized in a series of co-ordinated court and law enforcement actions across the world. “Just like every year on this special anniversary I have created something for you. I hope you will like it,” he tweeted. You gotta love the man.
Sway Calloway‘s 5 Fingers Of Death is a great format for filtering out those with actual freestyle skills. Switching up the instrumental five times at random really does demonstrate great lyrical stamina, and it’s not surprising that many big names have conveniently avoided appearing on the show! The latest to pass through is Dizzee Rascal, a man who doesn’t have any qualms about spraying bars over random instrumentals. This is the best we’ve seen in a while.
Moscow’s Arbat promenade is thought of as the city’s most renowned walkway, bustling with shops and eateries, and the occasional rock musician – a mainstay throughout the decades, even before the restaurants arrived. One such busker got the surprise of a lifetime when Tyler, who fronts one of the nation’s favourite bands ever, simply strolled up to him and offered to do ‘I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing’. I got the vibe that the performer wasn’t sure who he was. That, or he was extremely scared/nervous…or both.